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To me my clients are not just another person, I treat them as my family.they deserve love, kindness, and to be treated with the upmost respect. I got in the caregiving business so I could learn to take care of my mom and quickly learned just how many other people are in need of a good caregivers. To me it more than work, it's giving the people that need a little help in lives some hope that there's people like me who care, and are willing to do what it takes for them to continue to live a good life. I know how to give showers, skincare, transfers, toileting, food preparation and cook, household chores, dressing my clients, errands, Ned reminders, and any other needs you or your loved ones need. A little about me.. I am a loving wife and mother who enjoys the outdoors, cooking , and am going to school for my cna license . I enjoy every aspect of my job and have a smile on my face no matter how the day is going. If you're in the need of a great caregiver look no farther
I have over 35 years in the care-giving and home care field. I am semi retired. I am passionate about caring for the elder generation, as they are mentors to me and living history. I have extensive experience in multiple disciplines of care, from basic home health, to sub acute (rehab) and hospice and palliative care. I am patient, reliable, compassionate, and energetic. Over 35 years of CNA experience I am showing interest, in your posting the care of you/your loved one. I am looking for a part time case and shorter commute. I am skilled in many aspects of home care and senior needs from simple companion care, non medical and medical care and hospice cases and special needs, such as medication, ADLs (activities of daily living) monitoring vitals according to Doctor's orders, carrying out therapies as directed. I am very patient and reliable.
I am an energetic, goal-driven, caring person who is interested in using my medical experience for someone in need of care. While I was in high school, I was a caregiver for an elderly man with Alzheimer's and terminal cancer. I greatly valued my time spent with him and was thankful that we could help each other out; I was able to help him do day-to-day activities as his caregiver and he gave was prompt to give me life advice anytime he saw fit. Shortly after he passed away, I graduated high school and joined the Army National Guard as a combat medic. One of the biggest reasons for my enlistment was to get my foot in the door with the medical field and to better the quality of our troop's lives. Being a medic means I get to see people on their worst days and, though that might be a less than glorious job to some, I find purpose in the fact that any intervention I administer helps better that person's quality of life. I intend on furthering my career in the medical field as a paramedic and will be attending school for my associates in paramedic medicine- ultimately leading to a career as a flight medic.